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Date:7/24/2009

ffect a material's strength under extreme stress. This technology was developed by National Security Technologies, the management and operating contractor for the test site.

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  • Alumina-forming Austenitic - stainless steels that boasts an increased upper-temperature oxidation, or corrosion limit that is 100 to 400 degrees Fahrenheit higher than that of conventional stainless steels. These new alloys deliver this superior oxidation resistance with high-temperature strengths approaching that of far more expensive nickel-based alloys without sacrificing the typical lower cost, formability and weldability of conventional stainless steels. These new alloys have applications ranging from gas turbines and power plants to chemical and petrochemical processing equipment.

  • The Artificial Retina Project see Lawrence Livermore National Lab

  • Fire-resistive phase change material - the first-ever organic fire-resistive material when incorporated into conventional insulation can improve the heating and cooling efficiency in buildings. The new materials, composed of fatty-acid esters from sustainable plant and animal fats and blended with cellulose insulation, are the first phase change materials to fulfill all requirements in the U.S. flammability tests. The PCM adds thermal mass to buildings, thus generating heating and cooling energy savings of up to 25 percent in residential buildings. (Jointly with Microtek Laboratories and Advanced Fiber Technology)

  • Mass-Independent Kinetic-Energy-Reducing Inlet System for Mass Spectrometers - permits high-resolution mass analysis of large, intact biological molecules without having to break them apart. With this spectrome
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Contact: Jeff Sherwood
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DOE/US Department of Energy
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